8/13/2008 - Wednesday
Jones Beach Amphitheatre
Source: (FOB) DPA 4022's > "Moke" Din Bar> Lunatec V3(Optical Mod)> JB3 (@ 16/44.1)
Location: FOB - true DFC, Orchestra A Row M (12th Row) seat 12, mics @ 7 Feet High (Approx. 30 feet away)
Recorded and Transferred by Larry -FLDEADHEAD.
Mastering by Alex Ford.
Help On The Way >
It's All Over Now >
She Says >
Masters Of War @,
New Speedway Boogie*,
Mississippi Half-Step* >
Knockin' On Heaven's Door >
Collection RatdogBand/Artist RatdogDate August 13, 2008Venue Jones Beach AmphitheatreLocation Wantagh, NYSource (FOB) DPA 4022's > Din Bar> Lunatec V3(Optical Mod)> JB3 (@ 16/44.1)Lineage JB3>Firewire>Creative PlayCenter>CD Wave Editor>CDR>EAC(secure/no errors)> WaveLab 5.0>CD Wave Editor>Trader's Little Helper>FLAC16Taped by Larry - FLDEADHEADTransferred by Larry - FLDEADHEAD
October 20, 2008
BURY ME STANDING - LISTEN AND SWOON - STUNNING!!!!!
Dear Mr. Weir
You kick ass
You are back with a vengeance
simply superb gig
Thanks to the taper
By The way
ten years since passing of legend Rory Gallagher
Get a Whiskey and remember him
I am in Kuwait
Archives like this keep me sane
Please email me if you are a Deadhead
Keep on truckin down the Golden Road
October 20, 2008
It's a Jones Beach show! Sounds perfect to me! Even the saxophone fits in better than in other RD nights...
'...if you'll make it there, you'll make it everywhere!'
That night they made it!! :-D
August 29, 2008
Four amazing hours
Unlike a year ago at this venue, when the RD set (except for a breathtaking Eyes of the World) seemed rushed, this two hours flowed like honey onto a freshly toasted bagel (New York, after all!). This was RD at its best ... driving, swirling, thunderous and sweet in proper doses all throughout the set. Warren definitely added to New Speedway and Half-Step without stepping on Mark's toes, and Mark returned the favor during a down-and-dirty Schoolgirl in the Allman's set. This recording captures the energy well on what was a beautiful night on the beach. The only downer is that AB doesn't allow excellent audience recordings like this to circulate. Otherwise folks could hear how the Brothers crackled and sizzled in the second half of the night's festivities.